Augenblick – a blink of the eye

Information we can see

Event horizon

The boundary beyond which events cannot affect an observer.


A context in which a small change can cause a large effect in dynamical and social systems.

Quantum fractals

Electrons with fractional dimension have been observed in an artificial Sierpiński triangle,
demonstrating their quantum fractal nature


The beauty of a thought.


The study of the intrinsic spin
of the electron
and its associated magnetic moment,
in addition to its fundamental electronic charge,
in solid-state devices.

gosset polytope
Gosset polytope

The perfect reality construct
is 24-dimensional information
projected to 3-D.

Jitterbugging vector equilibrium

Holographic reality

The evolutionary trajectories
of morphospace as
Poincare’ ball model

hyperbolic regular icosahedral honeycomb, {3,5,3}

spherical triangulatoin
Spherical triangulation
The perfect
subjective reality construct
E8 vertex model

8-dimensions projected to 2-D

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Results of our research

The measurement of the “reality construct”/worldview

The “event horizon” and maximum information of an “Augenblick”

  • Decision making and problem solving capabilities depend on the amount of information we can see. Unfortunately, total information consists of visible and invisible parts. This is due to human optical limitations of visible wavelengths as well as the “Heisenberg uncertainty principle“.  
  • Pseudomorph makes all possible information visible and relates it with each other, whether we can see it or not. This maximum amount of information is the “Grand Canonical Ensemble” and models the “perfect reality construct-spacetime slice” that can be consciously observed or measured. 
  • The maximum amount of accessible information depends on our level of consciousness. The more conscious we are, the more we can see. Our consciousness level is impacted by two factors: 1) amount of wisdom about one’s own identity (Module 0); 2) amount of stress in a situation (Module 5). Both factors create gravity that can distort or improve the information available (cognitive bias), and hence either create performance or pathology

The hard problem of consciousness: Why? What‘s the purpose?

Consciousness can be viewed analogously to a computer operating system
It measures information flow to ensure structural and processual integrity of the systems involved. In other words, it keeps us not only alive, but also guides us in change processes. It measures “tipping points” of experiences along the edge of criticality. 

Consciousness defines the coherence between identity, personality and character. It is the “built in” coordinate system, the core wisdom, the common sense for orientation and navigation in hyperspace.

The purpose of consciousness seems to be the ‘illumination of our reality construct’, so we can perform triangulations on our measurements. 


  1. Pseudomorph illustrates the psychophysical relationship between decision-making, identity, space and time.
  2. The conceptual spaces were mapped to the 120 icosians. They can be broken down to the 117 SIC-POVMs of the Kochen Specker Theorem as the minimum pure consciousness states, and the 3D coordinate axes for best decision making. The E8 lattice has in addition the 120 „Not“ categories.
  3. The transition phases can be explained with the Potts model. Transformations from information to energy and matter relate to gasenous, liquid and solid states in spinglas systems and superconductivity.
  4. The purpose of the human identity is learning, growth and transformation or simply information processing. If there is too much or too little information flow in reality constructs, caused by pressure (turbulences/dihedral effect)) or temperature (gaps and contradictions) pathologies or anomalies emerge. Gaps and contradictions in reality constructs distort information flow to the point of psychopathologies.
  5. The level of consciousness can be measured by adding and multiplying observable concepts. Triangulation on the SIC‘s can be used to ask better questions or to make invisible observables visible. The higher the level of consciousness, the more sustainable a solution is. Sustainable Happiness is therefore the single best KPI for effective problem solving.


  1. The Pseudomorph model itself presents no new scientific information.
  2. The novelty lies only in the dressing of the reality construct with a psychosocial topological skin to design a „cognitive map“, so measurements can be performed more effectively – without the measurement error.
  3. Although the labels match nicely the theories behind, a structured semantical analysis on the categories used in the model would need to be performed, to show whether they are actually from the same frameworks or perhaps slightly off and better labels should be used to model a natural language more precicely.